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CODDURA | COLLIRI | COLLORA | COLLURA | COLLURA'

Coddura is specific to Palermo, Colliri and Collora, practically unique, from Palermo, Collura is widespread in Sicily, Palermo, Palermo, Prizzi and Corleone, in Agrigento in Agrigento, Aragona, Canicattì, Favara, Grotte, Racalmuto and Ravanusa, in Gela, Sutera and Niscemi in Nisseno, in Pachino in the Syracuse area and in San Marco D`Alunzio in the Messina area, Collurà, extremely rare, is from Messina, and should derive from Greek dialect nicknames based on the ancient Greek term ????? ?? kollùra (focaccia, biscuit bread), probably to indicate in the progenitors of the bakers.

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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